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In this chapter an account is given of the various sorts of leprosy,
and the rules by which they were to be judged of, \\#Le 13:1-3\\ of the
bright spot and scab, \\#Le 13:4-8\\ of the rising or swelling,
\\#Le 13:9-17\\ of the bile or hot ulcer, \\#Le 13:18-23\\ of the hot
burning or inflammation, \\#Le 13:24-28\\ of the plague of the scall,
\\#Le 13:29-37\\ of bright spots or blisters, \\#Le 13:38,39\\ and of
shedding the hair, and baldness, \\#Le 13:40-44\\ of what the leper was
to do, and to be done unto, \\#Le 13:45,46\\ of the leprosy in garments
made of linen, woollen, or of skin, \\#Le 13:47-59\\.